• PARTNER IN DISRUPTION

    WHEN 'THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX' IS NOT ENOUGH

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  • WHAT AN ARTISTS MIND CAN GIVE

    ABUNDANCE

    WHEN IN DROUGHT

    Do you feel like the well of ideas is running dry? You can't find the right words? I've always had an inner floodgate. Once opened, ideas and words keep flowing to provide a new perspective on a project, business, or purpose. You'll have to tell me when to close the faucet!

    SEEING THE UNSEEN

    COGNITIVE DISSONANCE

    How to see the trees through the forest? All my life I've had an ability to 'see the seen' and to 'see the unseen'. Think of it as 'systemic constellations' for an idea. Let me listen and I will tell you what resonates, what lights up. But also what I see lurking in the dark...

    SYSTEMS MAPPING

    VISUALISING COMPLEXITY

    One of my art teachers once told me that I have an uncanny talent to understand and work with complexity. Be it a tricky situation or a grand ambition. I love visualizing complexity and mapping to simplify

  • HOW TO GET NEW INSIGHTS?

    Dust off the imagination attic and let me help navigate all the portholes to new worlds of exploration. Everything benefits from being placed in a different perspective

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    Contact

    Describe the feeling of 'something's missing' or 'just not right', or 'needs that extra something'

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    Plan

    We'll set up a meeting and discuss custom methods to help you unleash the hidden worlds within

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    Meet

    We'll meet for a dose of imagination injection. With guarenteed new perspectives

  • IMAGINATION NAVIGATION

    Our imagination is a precious gift. As kids, we live and breathe imagination to help us deal with the big scary world. As we grow into adults we neglect its abundance. We reside in ‘Paradigm Alleys’ or get stuck in ‘Worry Island’. Mental habits that become our own dusty limiters. We have a responsibility to maintain our imagination gardens. But sometimes we need help.

     

    With the use of various methods such as the 'Mind Journey'. I use imagination navigation to help flex your imagination muscle. In this, I dance with hats. One moment a coaching hat, the next a facilitator hat, or mentor hat. All in the name of imagination hygiene!

    Mind Journey

     

    A MIND JOURNEY is a creative and playful journey that reconnects you and helps you reclaim the power of your imagination.

     

    During a MIND JOURNEY, I will hold a safe space where you may artistically explore the (meta)physical structures of your thoughts.

     

    A MIND JOURNEY is born from the ‘here and now’, intuitively tailored to participants, directly reacting to what needs to unfold. One moment you may engage in an art ritual, the next you are ‘walking on paper’.

     

    A MIND JOURNEY is suitable for any creativity skill level. Even trained artists can become blind to how stuck they are in their ways.

  • INTERACTIVE PHILOSOPHY

    What questions are you asking yourself now and how are they related to the questions you want to keep asking yourself when you 'grow up'? I use creative methods to help children (and adults) to collect and analyse their questions for clues.

    Asking Big Questions

    • Why does death exist?
    • Who am I?
    • Why am I afraid of heights
    • Why do people promise something and then don't do it?
    • Why do I forget the questions that were just in my head?
    • Why do I ask questions?
    • How did brains come into existence?
    • What is the meaning of life?

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    HOW IT STARTED

    In 2005 with the support of the elementary school De Polsstok, Brede School, Amsterdam Roomforthoughts developed a creative philosophy project that helped children to think about themselves in relation to the world by assisting them in the creation of an alternative self-portrait.

     

    This alternative self-portrait arises from a series of unique performative workshops in which you collect your current thoughts and questions about yourself and society. This alternative self-portrait is documented within a personal diary.

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